NFL and NFLPA agree on 7 day extension for CBA Talks

The NFL and the NFL Players Association agreed on Friday to extend the deadline for negotiating a new collective bargaining agreement by 7 days.
At first both sides agreed to a one day extension before the original deadline of Thursday at midnight, according to ESPN.
Even with this sign of agreement, most analysts still believe there will still be some form of a lock-out when to deadline passes.
With all of this up in the air, both sides have decided to take a break from negotiating for the weekend, accordiing to Sports Illustrated.
The sides will meet on Monday infront of a Federal mediator.

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